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MIT: Suppression of Cold Fusion

Every citizen who is concerned about the future of clean energy generation and the future of our environment should read this report. Every MIT student, every MIT graduate, and every financial contributor to MIT should read it. Judge for yourself where the facts lead.

—Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, MIT and Cold Fusion: A


U.S. Court Upholds Domestic Spying

U.S. Court Upholds Telecom Immunity for Surveillance of Americans

Searching for Mark Klein on Cryptogon will bring up several references to the NSA’s mass surveillance operations.

Via: Reuters:

A U.S. appeals panel on Thursday upheld the constitutionality of a federal law that grants immunity to telecommunications companies that assist the U.S.


Scientists Engineer Highly Pathogenic Virus

The World Health Organization issued a stern warning on Friday to scientists who have engineered a highly pathogenic form of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus, saying their work carries significant risks and must be tightly controlled.

The United Nations health body said it was “deeply concerned about the potential negative consequences” of


Missile Testing by Iran Raises Tensions

on Saturday, a move likely to stoke tensions with Washington already running high over Iran’s threats to close the strategic oil waterway if sanctions are enforced.

“Shorter- and longer-range, ground-to-sea, surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles will be tested on Saturday,” the ISNA news agency quoted Iran’s navy spokesman, Commodore Mahmoud Mousavi, as saying on Friday.



U.S. to Protect strait of Hormuz

Dubai – The U.S. Fifth Fleet said on Wednesday it will not allow any disruption of traffic in the Strait of Hormuz, after Iran threatened to stop ships moving through the strategic oil route.

“The free flow of goods and services through the Strait of Hormuz is vital to regional and global prosperity,” a spokesperson


Iran Held Culpable for 9-11

NEW YORK — In an historic hearing in the federal courthouse in Manhattan on Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge George Daniels said he planned to issue a ruling in the coming days declaring that Iran shares in the responsibility for the 9/11 terror attacks.

“The extensive record submitted to this court, including fact witnesses and


Swiss Account Holders Headed for Exposure

Two headlines. Similar stories. The first from Switzerland:


The United States authorities have offered to lift the threat of legal action against 11 Swiss banks in exchange for information, a Swiss paper reported on Sunday.

This is part of a very long story. The US Justice Department


Large Election Fraud Protest in Russia

Tens of thousands of demonstrators rallied in cities across Russia on Saturday to protest alleged vote fraud in recent parliamentary elections and to call for the removal of the officials responsible. More than 120,000 people had gathered in Moscow’s central Sadova Prospect by 4 pm (1200 GMT), organizers said.

There was a strong police presence,


Return of the Falkland Islands

Military chiefs are dusting off their plans for the defence of the Falklands after South American countries banned ships from the islands docking in their ports.

Sources fear Prince William’s six-month deployment to the South Atlantic as an air-sea rescue pilot next year could provoke more sabre-rattling.

Yesterday Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner claimed


Night Raid Equipment Company Given 23 Million Dollar Contract, Lobbied for NDAA Indefinite Detention Bill

According to reports from the Daily Kos and Russia Today, a company specializing in night raid equipment was awarded a 23 million dollar contract from the Department of Defense and subsequently went on to lobby for the NDAA which has given the government the power to indefinitely detain American


Gerald Celente’s Dire Predictions For 2012

By Gerald Celente

Gerald Celente of Trends Research International has a habit of predicting nasty events before they happen. He just emailed us his selection of 12 things we’d rather not see in 2012:

Gerald Celente

One megatrend looms on the near horizon. And we forecast that when it strikes, it


Saudi Woman “Gradually” Beheaded

More details are emerging about this story, and they are predictably awful. In this case, the headline from Pravda (“Truth”) is, well, truth. “Saudi Arabia executes 73rd victim of Sharia laws,” by Sergei Balmasov for Pravda, December 16 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

In Saudi Arabia, Sharia


Unlimited Surveillance Approaches

As the price of digital storage drops and the technology to tap electronic communication improves, authoritarian governments will soon be able to perform retroactive surveillance on anyone within their borders, according to a Brookings Institute report.

End of the Fourth Amendment?

These regimes will store every phone call, instant message, email, social


Democracy as a Threat to National Security

Editors Note: The Beliefs and Opinions contained in the following document are not necessarily those of DarkGovernment

A cohesive American imperial strategy to manage the “Grand Area” of Latin America in the post-War period was established by the newly formed Eisenhower administration in the National Security Council’s draft paper, “U.S. Policy With


Former French President Jacques Chirac Guilty of Corruption

Former French President Jacques Chirac

A French court has convicted 79-year-old former President Jacques Chirac who is accused of embezzling public funds in the 1990s, and abusing public confidence and given him a two-year suspended prison sentence. He was not in court to hear the verdict because of ill-health, but his daughter was.


Monsanto Crops Leading to Obesity, Diabetes

It seems that the good bacteria found in your gut may actually be destroyed with every bite of certain food that you eat.

While antibiotics typically hold first prize in depleting the body’s gut flora levels, there may be a new culprit looking to take the spotlight which you may know as More…

Pakistan Claims NATO Lied About Attacks

Speaking today to a Senate defense committee Pakistan’s Major General Ashfaq Nadeem, the Director General of Military Operations, said he had concluded that the US attack on a pair of Pakistani military bases was not only deliberate but “pre-planned.”

The military bases, in Mohmand Agency, were totally leveled by the attack, and Maj.


Military Remains Mishandled

The US Air Force dumped the incinerated, partial remains of at least 274 American service personnel who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Last month, The Washington Post published an initial report on the practice, focusing on a single instance in which the partial remains of Sgt. 1st Class Scott R. Smith, killed


Iran Somehow “Acquires” U.S. RQ-170 Sentinel Spy Drone

RQ-170 C.I.A. Operated Sentinel Spy Drone

As Iranian officials bragged Sunday that they had taken down a US spy drone equipped with top secret stealth technology, defense analysts in Washington began scrambling to assess just how harmful such a scenario would be for US national security. In the first phase of damage


Analyst Claims Chance of Attack on Iran has Tripled

The chance of a military strike on Iran has roughly tripled in the past year, the senior geopolitical risk analyst at Barclays Capital said on Thursday.

New York-based analyst Helina Croft, writing in a note titled ‘Blowback: Assessing the fallout from the Iranian sanctions’, said even increased sanctions without


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